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Researchers have found some lizards use bubbles attached to their noses as natural “oxygen tanks,” allowing them to spend one-quarter of an hour underwater hiding from predators. In a paper published in the latest edition of Current Biology, researchers from Binghamton University in New York and Canada’s Queen’s University said they found some semi-aquatic anole lizards have adapted to evade predators by using a bubble attached to their snouts to recycle oxygen.
Facebook Twitter Pinterest My kids love visiting different zoos. They especially love when they can see the animals moving around their habitats. Some of my kids will spend hours at the zoo taking it all in and watching each animal. Of course, they have their favorites, but for the most part, my kids love watchingRead More